Thanks for the replies, here's the layout of the project I forgot to add
in the first post (no "trunk" subdir in trunk):
The directory releases/0.5 indeed existed already in the supplied
I've also tried on a non-existing dir first (releases being there of
Here's the output of the copy attempt to non-existing release, looking
as strange to me as the other.
svn copy -rHEAD http://my.forge.com/svn/test/trunk
svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/svn/test/tags/0.5a'
svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/sipalyzer/tags/0.5a': 302 Found
BTW subversion server 1.1.4 (r13838, mod_svn), client too.
As you can see, I have already 2 releases, which were created that way
(on 1.1.3 using Eclipse Subversion Plugin).
Hints again very appreciated
Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> Ulrich Eckhardt wrote:
> > Lammel Roland wrote:
> >> copy -rHEAD http://my.forge.com/svn/test/trunk
> >> http://my.forge.com/svn/test/releases/0.5
> >> RA layer request failed
> >> svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/svn/test/releases/0.5/trunk'
> >> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/test/releases/0.5/trunk': 302 Found
> >> (http://my.forge.com)
> > Which of svn/test/releases/0.5/trunk exist in the repository? IIRC,
> > SVN will
> > not create parent directories on demand in a copy operation.
> > Also, the part 'trunk' in your target dir seems suspicious to me: by
> > definition, a tag/branch is a copy of the trunk. Assuming your
> > 'release' is
> > some kind of tag/branch, the 'trunk' part of the name doesn't make
> > sense.
> >> Any hints would be appreciated.
> > Just guessing: drop the final /trunk in the target?
> But it doesn't look like he specified "/trunk" in his (presumably
> svn) copy command.
> Can it be that test/releases/0.5 already exists? If that's the case,
> that 0.5 directory will need to be deleted first.
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Received on Tue Jun 14 09:50:11 2005